Students have formed study groups for about as long as formalized education has been around. Having fellow students in the same proverbial boat as you can serve as a powerful network of support not only academically, but also personally. Some groups can create friendships that last long after graduation, but on rare occasions, some can even become family.
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Brewer was an artist in every sense of the word with an unmatched intellect and determination for minimizing error. He was a master at explaining difficult concepts for opening the doors to his student’s enlightenment of prudent real world trajectories and the discovery and proliferation of reasonable conclusions. Brewer was for me—and many others—a friend, ally, mentor and unforgettable teacher. He has left an indelible mark on the lives of many and is and shall forever be missed.